Searching


#1

How does one search for a show quickly and easily with this elementary school kid designed website? Apple and Microsoft conputers have always had a way to search a webpage for text. Microsoft uses CTRL+F. So If you know at least part of the shows name you could find it say in the list of shows for ANO or VOD. Well new VOD schedule allows a change from the neo-fascist image vomit to a text based schedule, but the ANO section just has image vomit that a browser cannot search for text, because there is no text.

Maybe, someone needs to stop following faads and trends to look flashy like other people, since they are not satisfied with being themselves and doing things right, they must be EVERYONE else that does things wrong. The end of Joomla software was a good idea, but not every one wants an auto-mat. They died out last century until their upgraded counterparts the vending machine came about. Online things are called web PAGES, for a reason, they are books. Is the world so immature and uneducated it cannot handle words and must have only picture books? This from a company that FORCES people to READ its television show?

Put words on the pages to search for under the “WATCH” menu item, list it is under the “SCHEDULE” menu item (formely knowns as “WHAT’s ON”). If you don’t know what I am talking about it is the graphic hidden as a background image with the ALT or hover text reading “Print” that allows people to READ the show titles not jsut stare at pictures.

The site should not be made ONLY for mobile device deficiencies in what they lack, but a website should be made for COMPUTER use. Leave the toys have their mobile site made jsut for them and real people the option to actually be able to READ while the populace still knows how.


#2

Are you using the search here in the forums or the search for the Online Player?

And what are you searching for?

I’ve used the Search on the WATCH page and had no trouble with it.

You can use the Alpha Letters to go to each Letter “A”, “B”, “C”, etc.


#3

[quote=“shadzar, post:1, topic:8554”]
If you don’t know what I am talking about it is the graphic hidden as a background image with the ALT or hover text reading “Print” that allows people to READ the show titles not jsut stare at pictures.[/quote]
ON the schedule page, you can click on the “TEXT” and get a schedule that doesn’t have pictures on a calendar type form

I’m not sure what you’re asking for here.


#4

it takes me to the letter A that you speak of on the WATCH page. There is no “TEXT” on the schedule page. jsut GRID icon, and PRINT icons.

http://www.theanimenetwork.com/Watch-Anime/Schedule/On-Cable/Time-Warner


#5

[quote=“shadzar, post:4, topic:8554”]
it takes me to the letter A that you speak of on the WATCH page. There is no “TEXT” on the schedule page. jsut GRID icon, and PRINT icons.[/quote]
I’m sorry, that’s my fault, I meant “PRINT”, not “TEXT” - essentially the same thing.

So you’re saying that when you go to WATCH at the top of the page, it automatically takes you to the letter “A”? Just making sure I understand.

Also, what browser/OS are you using?


#6